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Tom Lumley and the Brave Liaison release latest EP 'Sign of the Times'


Tom Lumley and the Brave Liaison; a familiar name to some and if that's the case, you'll know to expect some solid bangers. If that's not the case, you're in for a treat. The Cambridge four-piece released their EP titled 'Sign Of The Times' on Friday.

Speaking of the release, they said: “Each song on this EP centres around the mental health issues that many of us face on a day to day basis. By writing and releasing this body of work, we hope to strengthen the ideology in people’s minds that it’s okay to talk about what they’re going through. Social media can put copious amounts of pressure on people, as we chase an impossible ideal of someone else’s highlight reel. The breakdown of relationships that come from us spending too much time glued to our phones and not enough time connecting on a human, personal level are regrettably the signs of our times."

The EP overall is loud and addictive, the first two tracks ‘Shrink’, originally released as a single, and ‘New York Paranoia’, an electrifying, hard-rock anthem with punky punches, demonstrating this perfectly. Third track ‘Casual’, also released as a single back in 2019, almost cites sounds of a pared down Frank Carter and will deservedly secure them a rowdy, beer stained crowd, jumping around in sweaty venues. ‘Sign of the Times’ finishes with the dynamic ‘Let Go’, a gritty track being exhibited through gripping vocals and the capability of capturing an attentive audience. ‘Tom Lumley and the Brave Liaison’ effortlessly deliver bounds of infectious hooks and energy, propelling themselves to new heights and the possibility of being dubbed one of the hottest bands of 2020. With continuous support from the likes of Huw Stephens at BBC Radio One, Radio X and This Feeling, I’m sure they’ll have no trouble conquering the British music scene.

You can also catch them on their rescheduled tour this July! Purchase tickets here now!

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